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Electrical upgrade to 240V/50A
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I'd like to hear from others that have done this upgrade, from twin 120V/30A to 240V/50A.Our boat has questionable AC wiring throughout, that I didn't get to this year - so it's on the planning for…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Timothy "Tim" Miller Nov 13.

Wanted: 10-12 kW Generator
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Quite sure my generator is dead. Everyone that looks at it seems to say just replace it. I will be removing the head just to take a look myself before removing it, but I don't have high…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Wickersham Nov 8.

Trim Tab Leaks
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We have a pretty significant leak in our trim tab stuffing boxes that causes the pumps to come on every few days. We've lived with it all summer, not wanting to break something off and need to end…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Doug Maclean Nov 5.

Used Generators
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So, it looks like I'm in need of a new generator - I'm looking for suggestions for where I might buy a used one, say within 2-4 hours of Toronto (so into the US as well). I'm looking for a newer…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Rivas Oct 10.

 

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Which Commander model do you presently own?
47' Commander
Boat Year
1969
Boat Name
International Eagle
Hull Number
FAD470013
Engines
Detroit 8V53
Home Port
South Bay Cove, Georgian Bay
City
Oakville
State
Non US

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At 12:26pm on November 4, 2017, Tim Toth said…

Steve....... keep your original trim tab set up . That design from Chris Craft is the best .. with no hose / log seal  . Fix the leak around the bronze  flange / hull seal .  I would also recommend fairing in a "ramp" inside the trim tab box area under the hull for better performance even at slower speeds .The 3 inch high vertical trailing edge creates a huge drag for the water to jump over at any speed .

I can send you pic`s of the  " ramp" I placed on my under hull trim tabs if you want . Installing Bennett tabs would be a large project with many new holes drilled to mount that system &  and cost  !!

Tim  Toth  /  Ohio

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At 10:05pm on March 23, 2017, Michael L Regner said…
I was reading your profile and read that you have your boat in the Georgian bay. I love that body of water. I also live your 47' boat.
 
 
 

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